[SOLVED] Herd5, Compize and cube rotation
tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk
Sat Mar 3 18:46:26 UTC 2007
Rutger van Haasteren wrote:
> Do you use the left ctrl+alt?
I've now solved the problem. See thread
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=2110141 for more information.
There is all sorts of stuff in the gconf for compiz, most of which I
don;t understand. A cool option is tto invert the cube so the viewer is
on the inside instead of the outside. Cool!
Could really do with the gnome-compiz-manager being in the official
> On 3/3/07, *Tony Arnold* <tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk
> <mailto:tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk>> wrote:
> Nicolai Spohrer wrote:
> > Tony Arnold wrote:
> >> I enabled the desktop effects and ticked both boxes for wobbly
> >> and workspaces on a cube.
> >> But I cannot get the cube to rotate. I thought Ctrl-Alt-Drag
> should do
> >> it, but that doesn't work.
> >> Can anybody tell me how to get a rotating cube? I'm running it
> from the
> >> live CD, by the way.
> > Did you install 3D-Drivers for your graka? I hears that should be
> > eas(y/ier) in Feisty.
> Given the wobbly windows worked, I assumed that was all there. It's an
> Intel 915G graphics adapter.
> How can I check? glxinfo?
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